The Chancellor of the Exchequer gave his Autumn Statement to Parliament on 23 November 2016.
The following links give you a breakdown of the Autumn Statement from The Chancellor Philip Hammond.
The UK economy is “resilient” despite forecasts that government finances will be £122bn worse off than previously expected by 2020, the chancellor said.
Read full article: UK economy ‘resilient’ despite £122bn hit to finances
Philip Hammond has delivered his first autumn statement as chancellor. These are the key points, with political analysis.
Read full article: At a glance: autumn statement – 26 key points
The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, is delivering his first Autumn Statement. We set out below what he has proposed and how it will affect our personal finances.
PEOPLE who have used pension freedoms to take taxable cash from pots are to have the amount that can be saved back into schemes slashed by more than half, Philip Hammond revealed in today’s Autumn Statement.
Read full article: Autumn Statement 2016: Saving changes new BLOW to pension freedoms